Iggy Azalea's next album still doesn't have a release date, but that doesn't mean the rapper hasn't been working on new music.

Appearing at Monster's CES 2018 press conference with Monster CEO Noel Lee, Azalea revealed she has a collaboration with Quavo in the works called "Savior" and said the song may be releasing in February.

"A drop date?" the Australian rapper says in the video. "I think around Feb. 1 we're putting it out 'cause we have a special collaboration that's gonna be happening."

The special collaboration Iggy mentions is a Superbowl commercial that will feature her and Lee. According to Monster, the commercial will emphasize the fashionable side of the brand's products aimed at the female market.

"Savior" originally leaked in December but didn't feature the Migos member at the time. Responding to a fan who thought Taylor Swift would be featured on the song, Azalea in a now-deleted tweet, "It's with Quavo."

In November, Azalea announced her upcoming album would be going by a new name. When asked by fans on Twitter if the project was still called Digital Distortion, Iggy said "nope" and added, "Its surviving the summer."

The album was originally scheduled to release on June 2 but was then moved to June 30 before being delayed.

Check out Iggy Azalea discussing her Quavo collaboration below.

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